Volunteering

Kissing Point FC is run by volunteers. Players, parents and students who help make the club what it is – a positive, supportive community. As well as the busy Winter season of matches, there is a program of social events and our clubhouse activities, all of which rely on volunteers.

Volunteers support the club through ongoing roles (eg committee, coach or manager), ad-hoc roles (eg helping at events), or through Duke of Ed (for high school students).

To find out more about volunteering, please contact our Secretary.

2021 Volunteers Week event at Auluba Oval

Duke of Edinburgh

High school students participating in the Duke of Ed program are highly valued. Students are generally required from mid April to the end of August and can assist by:

  • dressing/undressing local ovals on Saturday/Sundays
  • assisting in the canteen on Friday evening or Saturday mornings
  • assisting with coaching U6-U11 teams once a week on weekdays
  • helping out at events

Contact our Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator for more information.

Working With Children (WWC) Check

The WWC Check is a NSW Government requirement which applies to people who work or volunteer directly with children (u18). Kissing Point FC has a stringent policy.

The following personnel for all teams (with the exception of 35+) mustprovide a WWC Number to our Working With Children Coordinator:

  • Coaches (and assistants)
  • Managers (and assistants)
  • Grading personnel
  • Committee members
  • Referees
  • Grounds volunteers

Note: People under 18 years of age are exempt, but must complete a FNSW Members Protection Declaration and provide it to the WWC Coordinator. To download the form click here.

If you already have a WWC number, forward your certificate (email from Service NSW) to our Working With Children Coordinator along with your full name, date of birth and role at the club.

If you do not already have a WWC Numberapply on-line. The process only takes a few minutes. Tick “Volunteer” to avoid being charged $80, and for Sector, choose Clubs.

An application number will be generated. Print this sheet and take it to the nearest Service NSW Registry with proof of identity

You will receive your WWC Number by email from Service NSW within a couple of weeks.

Forward the email to our Working With Children Coordinator along with your full name, date of birth and role at the club.

For all enquiries about the WWC check, email wwc@kpfc.asn.au